Rashid, Ayman and Abdul are speeding down I95. The police pull over Rashid, who then says to Ayman ‘here hold the C4’ and to Abdul he gives his piece. Ayman and Abdul are nervous as they aren’t quite ready to meet their virgins yet, and the police are suspicious.
some of you would have it so the police or ‘the pigs’ can’t search Ayman and Abdul ?
lets change the names then...three gangbangers named Anquan, Plaxico and Pacman are rolling through the hood. yadda yadda yadda.
still the 5-0 can’t do a simple pat down ?
whats wrong with you people...you want those pigs to be bacon ? srsly.
the supremes found it reasonable because it IS effing reasonable...if it isn’t then police your own damn neighborhoods. whiners.
Sign me up. I’d rather NOT see police in my neighborhood. and YES i am serious.
Well if you see C4 being passed around the car by three scraggly guys, it’s very reasonable indeed to think that some kind of crime has either already happened (theft), is happening (improper transport of explosives?), or is about to happen.
But here’s my beef. From the link above:
“the Court further held that a driver, once outside the stopped vehicle, may be patted down for weapons if the officer reasonably concludes that the driver might be armed and presently dangerous....Wilson held that the Mimms rule applied to passengers as well as to drivers.”
This says to me that it didn’t matter whether the officer saw the scanner in the pocket, or the blue bandanna, or that the guy came from a town where there was a Crips gang. (If I live in L.A., am I also automatically considered armed and dangerous because I come from a city where there is a Crips gang?) You can get the driver out of the car and frisk him, because any driver might be violent, per the passage I quoted in my earlier post, and hey what the heck, it applies to the passengers too. No observation or thought is necessary, which is the mark of a police state.
We do police our own neighborhoods here. Your malignant kind are moved along and life is very peaceful. Doors are not locked, things are not stolen and thugs are taken care of except for Federal park and forest service bums. Them we have to put up with for now.
Spoken like a true white boy that has never been searched by the cops. Let’s see you get pulled over for a license plate light being out, have to interlace your fingers and get patted down and then see how you like it. You’d be squealing like a pig under a gate.
In a word.....yes.